Never in my wildest imagination could I have ever imagined that you and I, this country and the world would be experiencing all that’s happening now, and likely, in some form or fashion to continue….
It’s definitely destruction, disruption, dissolution and, based on your perception and position in the world, fortunately or unfortunately necessary. In my view, it is the good, bad and ugly of necessary; the pain, rage, loss, trauma, grief, triumph and, the corruption, carnage, courage and creativity. Ultimately, it’s the out-picturing of consciousness!
Vain attempts to fight off, hinder or stop the slow tortuous demise of centuries old systems and structures of evil; aka white supremacy, injustice, enslavement, genocide, exploitation, institutional racism, sexism, financial, educational, health and housing inequities, and more, are just that, vain.
“Sometimes letting things go is an act of far greater power– Eckhart Tolle
than defending or hanging on.”
We’ve come to a time of reckoning unlike what most of us have ever experienced, or even dreamed possible in our lifetime. Whether you’re resisting the inevitable, ordained release of the old, familiar or comfortable, or welcoming the new, yet to be created, formed or defined, it’s “ON”!
- In what ways are you releasing and letting go?
- Who are you now and who are you willing to become?
- What are you called to do and in what way(s)
- Where and how are you showing up?
I’m open and willing to dialogue with you on the above questions. This is a personal and collective letting go of what no longer works…
Friday, July 17, 2020
12:00 – 1:15 PM PST, 3:00 – 4:15 PM EST
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Subject Line: SOUL’S CALLING TRANSFORMATION JULY TELE-CLASS
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“These times call for us to break free from mental and emotional bondage and make use of our finest talents. This is also the call of our individual and collective soul to be healed, healthy and whole.”– Harriet Tubman Wright